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Episode 2 of the Peter’s Field Hospital Podcast!

Episode 2 of Peter’s Field Hospital is up! In this episode, Dan Amiri, Paul Fahey, and I discuss this year’s unprecedented and unusual Holy Week, and how we can still make the most of most of this time, even without the...

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The disfigured crucifix: a museum faith or an Easter faith?

“The Crucifix bathed by the tears of Heaven, the Pope alone in the plaza” — Andrea Tornielli Vatican News Editorial March 28th, 2020 Recently, I wrote that the extraordinary Urbi et Orbi blessing on March 27 received a universally positive...

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Exercise the Priesthood This Holy Week

Public health precautions in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic have meant that Catholics around the globe are unable to be physically present at our Holy Week and Easter liturgies. Our dismay is completely justified. A confluence of factors has...

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For the Domestic Church, a Paschal Hour

This Easter, due to the suspension of parish activity in the current crisis, will be much different than any most of us have ever experienced. Without in-person access to sacramental liturgy, many families are seeking ways to pray and worship...

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At every time and in every place

Millions of Catholics around the world are now facing the reality that they won’t be able to attend any Holy Week liturgies or receive Communion on Easter Sunday. The Triduum is one of my favorite times of the year. I...

Who am I? Who am I, before my Lord?

As we progress through this Holy Week, turning our minds toward the great Paschal Mystery and the Passion of our Lord, I would like to share and reflect upon one of the moments that struck me deeply during the early...

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